I have a headache this week. I went to check the brain CT. I have had encephalitis for two years. I don't have any problems. I can remember anything at ordinary times.
The slightly widened sulcus is born like this. It doesn't make much sense. Everyone doesn't look exactly the same. The slightly widened sulcus doesn't need special attention and treatment. Had encephalitis before, and now it must be better and thorough. It has nothing to do with headache. There are many causes of headache, such as poor sleep, bad mood and so on. It is suggested that the neurology department should see a doctor and evaluate the causes again.
CT examination is actually OK, but the sulcus is a little wide locally, which is generally of no great significance and has nothing to do with having encephalitis before. This may have something to do with personal differences. Some people are really a little wider. It should be no problem.
According to the CT report, the widening of the left cerebral sulcus and lateral ventricle has no positive significance. It is more common in cerebral cortical arteriosclerosis. Because he is only 11 years old, he does not consider the disease of cerebrovascular dementia for the time being.